Town Pastors are Christian volunteers from local churches who are out in the town centre of Bury St Edmunds most Friday and Saturday nights, being a positive influence on the streets and providing help and support to vulnerable people.
Town Pastors have been on the streets of Bury St Edmunds since May 2008.
In addition, there is the Prayer Team: some people pray at the base in town and others pray at home.
Bury Town Pastors is a registered charity: Registered Charity Number 1157108.
The next Town Pastor Training Course in Bury St Edmunds will begin on Saturday 3rd June 2017.
To be considered for a place on the June Training Course, Town Pastor applications should arrive by Wednesday 17th May 2017 (applications received after this date will be considered if places are still available on the Town Pastor training course).
We welcome applications for the Prayer Team at any time.
If you are interested in joining us, please go to the
What do Town Pastors do on an evening out? Activities range from giving dehydrated people some water to drink, helping people to get a taxi or a lift, waiting with vulnerable people, calming and diffusing aggressive situations and various conversations with people.
For further information please contact: Mrs Jo Copsey BEM, Co-ordinator of Bury Town Pastors
Tel: 07594 334215
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